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Description Friedrich I. Barbarossa (~1122 – 1190)
Deutsch: Friedrich Barbarossa.
Miniatur aus einer Handschrift von 1188, Vatikanische Bibliothek.
English: Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor as crusader.
Dedicatory image from a manuscript of Robert the Monk's Historia Hierosolymitana (Vat. Lat. 2001, dated ca. 1188).
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Author died over 100 years ago
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